Teeth whitening is a professional procedure that uses technologies at the level of intrinsic or extrinsic stains that serves to improve the appearance of the teeth. This aesthetic treatment can be taken both in the clinic and in the home, as long as it has been approved by your primary dentist.
Intrinsic stains are fostered below the enamel. It is usually produced by the consumption of medications.
The extrinsic ones are those that are performed on the outside of the denture. The foods that generate it are those that have preservatives.
The foods with very high positive and negative charges, deteriorate the enamel of the teeth, being difficult to eliminate completely with traditional washing. Products that have neutral pH are ideal to prevent staining. Meats, fruits and vegetables are some examples, however if they have suffered any chemical alteration it is preferable to avoid their consumption.
Teeth whitening should be done every 365 days, as long as the dentist has approved the procedure again. It should be noted that if the lapse of time is not respected, the teeth run the risk of suffering wear, reaching the point of not being able to protect themselves automatically.
Change of routine
When your denture goes through this procedure, it is recommended to avoid certain habits that harm the bleaching. If you drink coffee or wine too soon, it will turn yellow again, but this time it will be harder to hide the spots.